Sunday, February 12, 2006

Day 2

** Bulletin **

Dateline San Jose: The results of Day 2 of the lace knitting competition shows that competitor Dene of Pinehurst Texas has moved ahead of the pack by completing 5 repetitions of her Print O’ the Waves stole in lovely black wool.

While planning on doing just 3 repeats today, the competitor pushed her limit and did a total of 5 on Saturday.

When asked, Dene reported that the process is one to push your limits and her results were typical of all the knitters participating in the Knitting Olympics. “We are all weirdly crazy obsessed with the sport and will give it our best.”

Till Later ~~ Dene

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Glad to see your olympic knitting is coming along well.

I've chosen the yarn for your Sockapalooza socks (I'm waiting for it to turn up at the moment), and a pattern: but, when you say you have a round heel, how does this translate into the sort of sock heel that you like to wear, please? And how long is calf length (I'm 5' 5.5", so I suspect that my calf is a different length from yours... since your feet are way longer than mine!)?

Take care